Objectives of the Program:
The mission of the Program is the production of cutting-edge creative research and the training of researchers with scientific ability, methodological knowledge and critical ability. It is understood that the research is guided by rigorous scientific methods that support the results achieved, with reproductive capacity and contribution to the progress of science. According to the nature of the problems, the researches assume positivist or interpretative characteristics, having the researchers the freedom in the methodological choice.
Thus, the general objective of the Doctoral and Master’s Program in Administration of Eikon University is the generation of new knowledge and the training of doctors and masters with skills in the development of teaching, research and innovation in the Administration area.
Professionals who want to improve their knowledge of the areas of finance, decision support and strategy and who aim for a strategic evolution in their careers.
It prepares professionals to understand and intervene in the main organizational dynamics related to strategy, innovation, marketing, people management, business processes, information systems, decision making and Sustainability.
– Accounting and Finance
For professionals that aim to develop their knowledge in capital markets and corporate finance, including concepts, techniques and tools for asset pricing, risk management, corporate governance, banking and corporate regulation, and investment analysis.
1) Accounting and Finance;
2) Organizations, Strategy and Sustainability.
Manuel Santos Borges Alvarez
Graduated in ADMINISTRATION from the Faculty of Political and Economic Sciences of Rio de Janeiro (1989) and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Universidade Federal Fluminense (1992). Evaluator of the MEC / INEP.
|1º||Epistemology of Research in Administration and Controllership||4||64|
|Theory of Organizations||4||64|
|Theory of Accounting||4||64|
|Multivariate Data Analysis||4||64|
|Corporate social responsibility||2||32|
|3º||Information Technology Management||2||32|
|Innovation and Sustainability||2||32|
|Organizational Change Management||2||32|
|DISSERTATION SEMINAR IN ADMINISTRATION||4||64|